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MSI unveils new Fuzion series motherboards for both Intel and AMD platforms
Press release, July 5; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Monday 5 July 2010]

Micro-Star International (MSI) has introduced new mainstream Fuzion series motherboards, the P55A Fuzion for the Intel platform and 870A Fuzion for the AMD platform. The boards feature the same integration of military class materials. Additionally, the 870A Fuzion is the first AMD platform board capable of simultaneously operating dual Nvidia graphics cards, MSI noted.

MSI Fuzion series motherboards come with Lucidlogix's Lucid LT22102 processor to enable parallel processing of multiple cross-brand, asymmetrical GPUs.

The 8+2 phase DrMOS power supply module design uses MSI's current DrMOS for even higher unit power supply efficiency.

The motherboards also feature MSI's exclusive OC Genie technology for overclocking and USB 3.0 and SATA 6GB/s technologies.

MSI P55A Fuzion for Intel platform and 870A Fuzion for AMD platform

MSI P55A Fuzion for Intel platform and 870A Fuzion for AMD platform
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